Old Carter offers sublimely elegant quaffs of purely excellent whiskey that utterly overtake the tongue in a way that digs deep – making them a quick fix for any true connoisseur of fine liquor. And their Old Carter Batch 6 barrel strength straight bourbon is certainly no slouch when it comes to climbing to the top of that list. The aroma begins like sweet nothing whispered in your ear – layers of creamy caramel between a wave of butterscotch coated corn bread and swirls of fresh mint. Soon to follow are bites of dry oak and just a touch of black tea drenched dark fruits spiced with candied minerals. The taste is a bough of warm spice, caramel soaked oak, and splashes of more black tea over tones of candied rye and dry tobacco leaves as if smoked from an antique corn-stalk pipe. Old Carter barrel strength straight bourbon Batch 6 leaves you breathlessly waiting for the next sip for a finish that seems to last forever … yet not forever enough!
Bottle 824 out of 2497
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